Hungary is a landlocked and flat country in Central Europe. It is located in the Carpathian Basin (also known as the Pannonian Basin).


Population: 9.8 million
Ethnic Groups: Hungarian (85.6%), Romani (3.2%), German (1.9%), Other (2.6%), Unspecified (14.1%)
Languages: Hungarian (Official) (99.6%), English (16%), German (11.2%), Russian (1.6%), Romanian (1.3%), French (1.2%), Other (4.2%)
Religions: Roman Catholic (37.2%), Calvinist (11.6%), Lutheran (2.2%), Greek Catholic (1.8%), Other (1.9%), None (18.2%), Unspecified (27.2%)
Capital: Budapest
CIA: The World Factbook - Last Updated July 13, 2017

Hungarians in Toronto

Haitian Population:
In Canada: 348,085
In the GTA: 59,720
In Toronto: 33,700

Primary Areas of Settlement in the GTA (Social Atlas):
Whitchurch-Stouffville, Vaughan, Oakville, Central Toronto, Caledon, Ajax, King, and Georgina.

The Soviets imposed Communism in Hungary when the Second World War ended. Hungary was the first state to leave Communism and successfully instituted multiparty democracy in 1990. Today, it is a member of the European Union. Hungary was 90% Protestant in 1600, but Christians were persecuted under Communism. Freedom of religion arrived in Hungary in 1990 as Communism came to an end.

Settlement Services in the GTA

Hungarian Canadian Community Services Ontario
7 Pleasant Boulevard
Toronto, ON
M4T 1K2
Phone: 416-762-3569

Churches in the GTA

Hungarian Celebration Church
190 Railside Road
Toronto, ON
M3A 1A3 
Phone: 416-497-4940

Hungarian Reform Evangelical Church
8 Robert Street
Toronto ON
M5S 2K3
Phone: 416-923-9416

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